Delays to flights, ferries and Eurotunnel after storms across Europe
Passengers warned of five-hour waits to cross Channel and long queues at Stansted
Holidaymakers are experiencing long delays on flights, ferries and Eurotunnel trains following extreme weather conditions in the UK and thunderstorms in Europe.
Passengers heading to France on the cross-Channel rail operator Eurotunnel have been warned they could have to wait up to five hours at its Folkestone terminal. It told travellers not to make journeys unless “absolutely necessary”.
Passenger service update: Travelling from Folkestone, due to the recovery of our shuttle capacity following recent severe weather conditions, there is currently a 2.5 hour wait for low vehicles; for high vehicles there is up to 5 hours. Do not travel unless absolutely necessary.
Source: Guardian Transport